message exchange


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message exchange

[′mes·ij iks‚chānj]
(computer science)
A device which acts as a buffer between a communication line and a computer and carries out communication functions.
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ZagLabs has created a unique method of authentication, message integrity detection and replay-attack prevention when two or more constrained nodes participate in a message exchange using the CoAP protocol irrespective of whether the channel is secured using DTLS or not.
The religious pamphlet shows a message exchange, in which one asks the other (unclear if it is God or the person) that he has no time for him.
From a desktop console, a system administrator can configure Messenger 400 message exchange servers, adding and deleting users on local and remote servers.
Very Large Message Exchange capabilities positions the AS3 standard for use by industries looking to exchange large payloads.
Other standards for interoperability of message exchange include SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions), LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) and the legacy POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3).
Usage Scenarios and Solutions: describes how these technologies can be used with the Message Exchange Patterns (MEPs) that have been used in WS-I deliverables such as the Basic Profile 1.
The new OASIS Web Services Reliable Exchange (WS-RX) Technical Committee will broaden development of the specifications that comprise both protocol and policy assertions for reliable message exchange.
Reliable Messaging, guaranteeing the delivery of any message that traverses the SOA regardless of service endpoint or implementation; and supporting advanced message exchange patterns such as prioritized delivery and asynchronous messaging.
The GXS Trading Grid provides a continuum of connectivity, integration, visibility and interoperability services so that GM Daewoo and, its suppliers can move from web-based message exchange to more advanced process visibility and, eventually, end-to-end global process interoperability.
From encoding to message exchanges and formats, The TCP/IP Guide is a 'must' for any serious web operator.
WS-BaseNotification defines standard message exchanges that allow one service to register or de-register with another, and to receive notification messages from that service.
It extends the capabilities of Web services by enabling asynchronous message exchanges, and allowing more than two services to interact.

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